Evening Wrapup News 23 October

Evening Wrapup News 23 October
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Evening Wrapup News 23 October

BJP’s ‘rath yatra’ in Bengal, to be led by Amit Shah, deferred

Kolkata: The central leadership of the BJP has deferred a "rath yatra", to be led by its chief Amit Shah, in Bengal by two days in view of the party's Assembly election campaigns in other states, sources in the saffron party said ......Read more

‘Take swift action’: Sharad Pawar slams PM Modi over CBI tussle

Mumbai: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar said on Tuesday that if the central government was "effective", there would not have been bribery charges at the highest level in the CBI. Pawar asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi ......Read more

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan blames sangh for creating Sabarimala mess

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday accused the 'sangh parivar' and its associates of turning the Sabarimala temple into a conflict zone and vowed to implement the Supreme Court .........Read more

Former CBI JD shows true colours: YSRCP

YSR Congress has said that the ongoing developments in CBI are being viewed with concern and the manner in which a former CBI official has been showing his true colours by praising Chandrababu Naidu for relief work in Cyclone affected Srikakulam .......Read more

Nifty, Sensex hit lowest close since April

Indian shares ended lower on Tuesday, sinking further in the last hour of trade, as oil marketing companies dragged following a rating downgrade by brokerage Nomura, but macro concerns played on overall sentiment........Read more

'Nothing will remain secret' in Khashoggi murder case: Turkey

Ankara: Turkey on Monday vowed that nothing will stay secret in the case of the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the kingdom's consulate in Istanbul, adding Ankara did not want relations with Riyadh to be damaged.......Read more

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